THIS WEEK’S TO DO LIST

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*BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS

A sculpture by Diana Al-Hadid installed in New York’s Madison Square Park last year. This week in Nashville, Al-Hadid opens a solo show at the Frist Art Museum, Sublimations. The exhibition is presented in partnership with Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, where she’ll deliver a lecture on Saturday afternoon.

TUESDAY, MAY 21

Atlanta, GA

*Burnaway Membership Program Launch and Fundraiser

Mother Bar + Kitchen / 5 – 10pm


WEDNESDAY, MAY 22

Columbus, GA

Performances: glo, The Traveling Show: Pasaquan

Pasaquan / 5pm


Atlanta, GA

Performance: T. Lang Dance presents A Graveyard Duet of the Past Now

High Museum of Art / 7:30 – 10:15pm


THURSDAY, MAY 23

Columbus, GA

Performances: glo, The Traveling Show: Pasaquan

Pasaquan / 5pm


Savannah, GA

*Opening: Aint-Bad: Collaborations

Laney Contemporary / 6:30 – 8:30pm


Atlanta, GA

*Open Studios

Atlanta Contemporary / 7 – 9pm


FRIDAY, MAY 24

Columbus, GA

Performances: glo, The Traveling Show: Pasaquan

Pasaquan / 5pm


Nashville, TN

*Opening and Talk: Diana Al-Hadid

Frist Art Museum / 6:15 – 8pm


Charleston, SC

*Conversation with Thelma Golden / 6 – 7pm

*Opening: Black Refractions: Highlights from the Studio Museum in Harlem

The Gibbes Museum of Art


SATURDAY, MAY 25

Summerville, GA

*Finster Fest

Paradise Garden / 11 am – 5 pm


Nasvhille, TN

*Lecture: Diana Al-Hadid

Cheekwood Estate and Gardens / 12:30 – 2:30pm


Columbus, GA

Performances: glo, The Traveling Show: Pasaquan

Pasaquan / 5pm


SUNDAY, MAY 26

Summerville, GA

*Finster Fest

Paradise Garden / 11 am – 5 pm


Atlanta, GA

Workshop: Contemporary Kids

Atlanta Contemporary / 12 noon – 2pm


Columbus, GA

Performances: glo, The Traveling Show: Pasaquan

Pasaquan / 5pm


ONGOING

GEORGIA

Atlanta

*Kambel Smith: Capitol Rage / through June 16

*Y. Malik Jalal / through June 16

*Bea Fremderman: Stranger Man / through June 16

Tony Cokes: Evil.27: Selma / through June 16

*William J. O’Brien: Shame Spiral / through August 4

*Erin Jane Nelson: Her Deepness / through August 4

Atlanta Contemporary


*Alex Ito: God Has No Fingernails

Good Enough / through June 18


*Fallen Fruit

Yamamoto Masao: Bonsai

Carolyn Carr: Out of the Studio

Jackson Fine Art / through June 29


Brian Hitselberger: Healer

Poem 88 / through June 29


*Somebody Told Me You People Were Crazy, curated by Craig Drennen

Hathaway Gallery / through July 13


European Masterworks: The Phillips Collection / through July 14

*Strange Light: The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin / through November 10

Hand to Hand: Southern Craft of the Nineteenth Century / through August 4

High Museum of Art


KENTUCKY

Louisville

Mental Misconceptions: The Art of Self Care

Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville / through August 30


NORTH CAROLINA

Charlotte

*Martha Clippinger: off-kilter

Hodges Taylor / through July 26


SOUTH CAROLINA

Lake City

Jenny Fine: Suspending Disbelief

Jones-Carter Gallery / through August 3


VIRGINIA

Richmond

*Alan Ruiz: Infrapolitics

1708 Gallery / through June 29


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